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somewhere around st. louis was creamed with a major earthquake in the early 1800, yes it can happen in the u.s. >> you are right. what's the name of that fault? >> the new madrid fault, it runs through southern illinois and into missouri. and - there is the possibility >> of course there is a possibility. there is also a possibility that when the millennium comes we are all going to blow up. >> there are more possibilities that there is going to be an earthquake on the new madrid fault, due to geological fact, that's my point. >> this will show you how it can happen. i live in a slab house, concrete one floor. i was in the family room ironing and i was hanging up a shirt and the iron started going like this and i said whatever you kids are doing up there cut it out. i didn't realize - it's a first time i experienced a tremor, and it was right in park forest. so it did happen and it's happened since. >> well speaking of faults i'm at an incredible fault here for not getting to the roll-in on sects and cults. so, but you're right, you're exactly right about the power of media and the history of
cheering ) hall: the incandescence that we saw on the 11th of october led us to believe that an eruption could come very soon. buenos días, cómo montecito... narror mothesall need a closer look at the smokg crater here, they confront the odds of disaster. hall: given that yes, now we have magma in the crater, all the way to the summit of the mountain, all we need is some big explosions to get that lava out and down the flanks of the volcano. narrator: but rather than send out a red alert, the scientists still show restraint. so they are surprised in october when the president of ecuador comes to baños and overreacts to their less acute orange alert. hall: he decided right then that we need an evacuation, we need it now. narrator: the military forces 2500 tourists and resid to evacue all areas surrounding tuurua. ( sirensling ) en lo de doña inés; yo me voy ahora. ( man making aouement over loudspeaker ) even more disruptive: ey have 36 hours to leave. mothes: the institute had recommended that this evacuation could take place over a period of days, not in a day and a half, because w
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